Berry Reserve

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Suitable for:Physically fit people
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The F R Berry reserve was recognised for its high conservation values in the early 1960’s and covers an area of 214 hectares (529 acres) and is the largest of the City of Swan’s nature reserves. Several vegetation communities exist at F R Berry Reserve including Jarrah, Marri and Wandoo woodlands, Melaleuca (Paperbark) fringed creek lines and granite outcrops containing a great diversity of species.

The area also provides a valuable habitat for a wonderful variety of our West Australian fauna including the Honey Possum, Mardo, Gould’s Monitor, Bobtail, Western Green Tree Frog, Weebill, Splendid Fairy Wren, the migratory Rainbow Bee Eater and the endangered Carnaby’s Cockatoo.
The reserve is also home to several species of rare and priority flora, some of which are unique to this place and do not occur anywhere else in Western Australia or in the World.

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